(G)I-dle announce dates and stops for 2022 world tour ‘Just Me ( )I-dle’

(G)I-dle announce dates and stops for 2022 world tour ‘Just Me ( )I-dle’

K-pop girl group (G)I-dle announced dates and stops for their upcoming 2022 “Just Me ( )I-dle” world tour today.

May 11, 2022
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The Cube Entertainment group will start in Seoul for two concerts on June 18 and 19 before hitting eight cities in the U.S. as well as Santiago, Mexico City and Monterrey in Mexico. The tour will finally circle back to Asia with performances in Jakarta, Manila, Tokyo and Singapore.
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Tickets for the U.S. leg of the tour go on sale on June 1 at 3 p.m. local time. General admission prices are either $80 or $120 depending on the venue and VIP tickets are $180. VIP includes soundcheck access, high touch opportunity, a signed poster, a VIP laminate and early entry.
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This will be the group’s first tour as five members after Soojin left Cube Entertainment following allegations she bullied classmates while in school
(G)I-dle’s most recent track, “Tomboy” from their full album “I Never Die,” features a punk rock-inspired aesthetic and sound. Both Soyeon – the group’s leader – and Minnie have multiple songwriting credits on the eight-track album.
Miyeon, a former YG Entertainment trainee with Blackpink, also recently released her first solo album “MY” and track “Drive” on April 27.
(G)I-dle’s upcoming world tour follows their last, “I-Land: Who Am I,” in 2020, which was interrupted by the pandemic, with several tour stops canceled or postponed. 
      Daniel Anderson

      Daniel Anderson is a Seattle-based Entertainment Reporter for NextShark




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